Well done to Luke, Abby, Brooklyn, Mikaela, Lucas, Chase (ab) and Aaron (ab) who are Students of the Week this week.
One of the easiest things you can do to give back to your community is showing kindness. This week you are encouraged to show kindness in different ways at home, at school and in the wider community. This could be as simple as saying hello, holding a door open or doing something without being asked to. Create a bookmark of all of the acts of kindness you did, which can be put on show to help others realise what they can do to be kind.
Just a reminder that payment for a graduation signature bear is due tomorrow, Tuesday 20th November. No late payments will be accepted as we need to order the bears asap.
Congratulations to Hamish, Archer, Kaelen, Mason, Bailey, Maddy (ab) and Jayden (ab) who are Students of the Week this week.
For homework this week, you are going to volunteer to help people in your own community. Some suggestions of what you could do are:
• Complete a chore you would not normally have to do (mow the lawn, do the dishes, take out the garbage, vacuum the house etc.)
• Help your sibling with their homework
• Make a meal for your family
• Have a conversation with a grandparent, aunt, uncle or someone older than you, that you haven’t seen for a while
• Volunteer to help a teacher with something at school
• Donate some old toys or clothes
Record what you did and who you helped in your homework book. Describe how you felt after you had completed each task. You must complete at least 3.
Could all grade 5 students please be at Berwick College tomorrow at 8.45am for a 9.00am start. We will be meeting at the Leisure centre, which is the near the big roundabout.
We will be walking back to school and should arrive back at around 11.30am.
See you there!
As promised, here’s the GoPro camp video guys. Password is the one we told you at school yesterday. Enjoy!
Homework is back on for next week. Here is the task that you need to complete in your homework book:
The community of Beaconsfield has some great organisations who rely on the assistance of volunteers.
• Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Centre
• Beaconsfield CFA
• Beaconsfield Progress Association
• Beaconsfield Scouts
• Beaconsfield Junior Football Club
Research one of the above organisations, presenting what they do, who can volunteer, what roles they may have and how they help the community of Beaconsfield.